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The barbershop is a great place to while away an afternoon

Madhu Narasimhan finds a pretty legit experience for an 8-ringgit haircut at Malaysian Tamil barbershop Illustration: Uttam Ghosh It's a lazy Sunday afternoon in Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. My Fulbright colleague and I are sitting around our shared flat, staring at a daunting list of work to-dos, totally unwilling to start on any of it. Schedule interviews with Malaysian MPs? No, we obviously can't bother them on a Sunday. Plan for the English camp we're organising for secondary school ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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College head resigns

Raiganj, 7 August: Teacher in-charge (TIC) of Raiganj college (university college) Uttam Roy resigned today. He sent his resignation to the Vice Chancellor of North Bengal University (NBU), Prof Somnath Ghosh. Recently, some Trinamul leaders had ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago Teacher quit letter cloud  Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago

NBU rejects admission plea

Raiganj, 25 August: The executive committee of North Bengal University today decided that no more additional students will be admitted for the first year degree courses in the Raiganj College (university). In a meeting of the executive committee at ...
 The Statesman4 days ago
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High inflation spoils retirement plans of 78% Indians

Interestingly, 56 per cent Indian employees prefer to save more compared to 29 per cent who prefer to work a few years longer. Notwithstanding a high savings rate of 16 per cent per annum, second only to China, around 78 per cent of Indian employees still believe they are not saving enough for a comfortable retirement, says a report by Towers Watson. According to the global professional services firm, a large number of employees are not confident of affording a long spell of retirement amid ...
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When the Empress of India paid homage to Babar

'The first 55 years of Natwar Singh's life give a fascinating narrative of our diplomacy,' says Ambassador B S Prakash after reading One Life is Not Enough.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh The Amul butter advertisement got it right. The butter in the ad was a sensational spread, it claimed, like the 'natworious' disclosures in the news. The ad was catching a moment, when for days on end, on evening television there were revelations by an elderly gentleman with a well coiffured white mane that any ...
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Excuse Me! My name is Saumya!

What’s in a name? Mispronunciations, awkward moments and sometimes even an identity crisis if your name is Saumya Bhutani. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh As Indian-Americans, I believe we occupy a unique space in the realm of ethnic minorities inhabiting this land known as the U S of A for a few reasons, including our difficult-to-pronounce names. Now I know what you’re thinking: There are so many different ethnicities with names that are hard to say! However, if we really do examine ...
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'Something cold touched my spine. One of them was about to die'

The magnetism of a yo-yo... two friends getting estranged over a game shooting incident that saves lives... A short story by Ashwath Nityanandan. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh When I was six years old my mother went to a small town in America to bring me a yo-yo. She went to America for other reasons as well: she had just wrecked her car, for example, and wanted to calm her nerves with the insurance money. But I understood none of them. The purpose of the yo-yo, however, was quite clear. It was ...
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The case of the spooky detective

'Murders happen every day. Some get correctly solved, some get incorrectly solved and some never get solved. Most of the time, nobody bothers. But if the murdered person is someone big or related to someone big, then it becomes a problem...' Sherna Gandhy's tongue-in-cheek take on how some cases are solved. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com I am writing this account to clear my name. All sorts of things are being said about me by these presswallahs and I must defend myself. I am retired ...
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It is true! I HATED my brother

To the world, my younger brother was a bundle of joy – he was fair, looked cute and adorable. To me, he was an intruder – someone with whom I had to now share my gifts, toys and parents. Ahead of Raksha Bandhan, Divya Nair tells us why it was difficult to find a place for her younger brother in her heart. My parents believed in 'Hum Do Hamara Ek'. Papa had lost his parents early on. After marriage, he and Amma had wanted just one kid. Be it girl or boy, they'd give him/her all the ...
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Best telebhaja joints in Kolkata

CT walks the alleys and bylanes of Kolkata to bring you the best telebhaja joints. MUKHORUCHI WHERE: GLT ROAD Legend has it that Ramkrishna used to have telebhaja from this shop, which was a mere shack back then. The one to treat him on a ...
 Times of India1 month ago The best of 'telebhaja' around Kolkata  Times of India1 month ago
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